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AFG-3032 / AFG-3031
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PANEL INTRODUCTION
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4
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AFG-3032/3022
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1. TFT LCD Panel
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2. Number Panel
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9
3. Scroll Knob & Selection Key
4. Power Switch
5. Output Terminals
6. Main Output Switch
7. Function Keys
8. Operation Keys
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13
9. USB Host
10. Trigger & Modulation Input
11. 10MHz REF Input & Output
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12. Fan
13. GPIB
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14. LAN
15. USB Device
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3
1
5
AFG-3031/3021
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1. TFT LCD Panel
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2. Number Panel
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3. Scroll Knob & Selection Key
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4. Power Switch
5. Output Terminals
6. Main Output Switch
7. Function Keys
8. Operation Keys
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13
9. USB Host
10. Trigger & Modulation Input
11. 10MHz REF Input & Output
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12. Fan
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13. GPIB
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10
14. LAN
15. USB Device
The AFG-3000 Series Comes With Four Models. Model Number and Channel (s) are Listed as Follows:
MODEL
MAIN FUNCTION
Frequency Range
Channel
AFG-3031
AFG-3032
AFG-3021
AFG-3022
1 mHz ~ 30 MHz
1 mHz ~ 30 MHz
1 mHz ~ 20 MHz
1 mHz ~ 20 MHz
1
2
1
2
GW Instek AFG-3000 Series arbitrary function generators include 20MHz/30MHz single isolated channel and 20MHz/30MHz dual
isolated channel models, designed to meet industry, scientific research, and education applications. Not only output channel is earth
ground isolation, dual channel models are also independently earth ground isolation, which is suitable for floating circuits (up to ±42V).
Without taking grounding reference into consideration, each channel of dual channel models can be operated independently and multi
ARB units can output simultaneously. Applications are, for instance, the ignition control or transmission device of automotive electronics.
The series features sample rate of 250MSa/s, 16-bit resolution, and 8M point memory depth arbitrary waveform characteristics. Users
can rebuild maximum 8M memory depth waveforms through using a GW Instek digital storage oscilloscope with the built-in DSOLink
function of the AFG-3000 Series.
The series supports synchronized phase for multi channel operation and the maximum phase synchronization operation is up to 6 units
and 12 channels. 10 MHz atomic clock frequency standard can be input via external signal source to elevate precision for frequency
output. The series supports frequency sweep and amplitude sweep that can also integrate functions, including linear/logarithm, one-way
(saw tooth)/two-way (triangle) waveforms, continuous/single trigger/gated trigger to meet various application requirements by applying
different sweep methods. Frequency sweep tests the frequency response of electronic components such as filter and low frequency
amplifier. Amplitude sweep simulates vibration tests (requires a vibration tester), and it also conducts aging tests of various materials
and linearity tests of low frequency amplifier.
The main features of the AFG-3000 Series include output amplitude from 1mVpp to 10Vpp (connected with a 50 ohm load);
frequency range from 1uHz to 20MHz or 30MHz; 1uHz frequency resolution; and built-in sine, square, pulse, triangle, ramp, DC voltage,
harmonic and noise. The waveform width, rise edge time and fall edge time of pulse waveform can be adjusted flexibly. Pulse waveform,
with duty cycle from 0.017% to 99.983%, can be applied as trigger signals. Users can conduct arbitrary editing via 65 built-in function
waveforms. The series supports AM/FM/PM/FSK/PWM modulation, frequency sweep, amplitude sweep and burst to satisfy industrial
application requirements. Dual channel models provide SUM modulation, coupling, tracking, and phase to meet the test requirements of
differential signal, phase control and amplifier distortion. Built-in 8th harmonic signal generator simulates harmonic signal of switching
power supplies and it also tests EMI power filter characteristics. The AFG-3000 Series provides free arbitrary waveform editing
software (AWES) for users to quickly edit waveforms from the built-in diagrams so as to execute measurements.
A.
CIRCUIT DESIGN FOR GROUND ISOLATION AMONG OUTPUT/INPUT TERMINAL, INSTRUMENT CHASSIS, AND DUAL CHANNELS
Channel 1, channel 2, reference 10 MHz input, synchronization and modulation input/output
connector grounding are isolated from instrument chassis. The output channels of dual channel
models are independently isolated. These connectors can sustain maximum isolation voltage up
to ±42Vpk (DC+ AC peak value) to earth ground that is ideal for floating circuit tests. Multi units
output can be achieved without factoring in grounding reference issue. Applications include
ignition controller or transmission devices of automotive electronics. The built-in DC bias voltage
of the AFG-3000 Series can be applied on various waveforms. The DC bias voltage is ±5V
under 50W load. For automotive electronic applications require higher DC bias voltage such as
ignition controller or transmission devices, the external power supplies can be used to bring up
the DC bias voltage to ±42Vpk (DC+ AC peak value).
B.
MULTI CHANNEL SYNCHRONIZED PHASE OPERATION
Method one uses reference frequency output (REF OUT) and reference
frequency input (REF IN), 50 ohm BNC cable (RG-58A/U) and T type BNC
connector to connect up to 6 units to conduct synchronized phase operation.
Method two uses reference frequency output (REF OUT) and reference
frequency input (REF IN) ), 50 ohm BNC cable (RG-58A/U) to connect
up to 4 units to conduct synchronized phase operation.
Users can implement multi channel synchronized phase operation up
to 6 units and 12 channels (AFG-3032/3022). There are two methods
to execute synchronized phase applications. Under different frequency,
master unit can synchronize each channel and modulate individual
phase. At 10 MHz reference frequency input (REF IN) connector,
users can input 10 MHz atomic clock frequency standard via
external signal source to enhance precision for frequency output.
C.
HARMONIC SIGNAL GENERATOR
Harmonic Signal Generator
Harmonic signal generator simulates the harmonic signal of
switching power supplies and conducts characteristics tests on
EMI power filter. Users can set order number and phase for
D.
harmonic signals to obtain desired signals. The following
diagrams show 8th harmonic signal.
PULSE GENERATOR
Pulse Generator
The output frequency for pulse reaches 25 MHz and its duty cycle
is from 0.017% to 99.983%. Users can set pulse width, duty cycle,
E.
Harmonic Signal
Pulse signal
rise edge time, fall edge time and edge time to support trigger
signal. The following diagrams show settings for pulse signal.
VERSATILE OUTPUT WAVEFORM SELECTIONS
Sine
Square
Triangle
Harmonic
Ramp
Pulse
Noise
DC Voltage
65 built-in function waveforms include engineering applications,
medical electronics, mathematics, and standard waveforms
such as sine, square, triangle, ramp, pulse, noise, harmonic,
and DC voltage that allow users to easily select desired
waveforms. Users can select and edit 65 function waveforms
from the arbitrary function.
F.
MODULATION FUNCTION
Amplitude Modulation
Frequency Modulation
Phase Modulation
Frequency-shift Keying Modulation
Pulse Width Modulation
Sum Modulation
The series supports AM, FM, PM, FSK, PWM and SUM
modulation. Modulation source can be from inside or outside.
G.
SWEEP FUNCTION
Amplitude Sweep Setting
Amplitude Sweep Signal
The series supports frequency sweep and amplitude sweep that
can also integrate functions, including linear/logarithm, one-way
(saw tooth)/two-way (triangle) waveforms, continuous/single
trigger/gated trigger to meet various application requirements
by different sweep methods. Frequency sweep carries out tests
H.
Applications include the baseband of communications
systems, motor control and light adjustment, etc.
Frequency Sweep Setting
Frequency Sweep Signal
on the frequency response of electronic components such as
filter and low frequency amplifier. Amplitude sweep simulates
vibration tests (requires a vibration tester), and it also
conducts aging tests of various materials and linearity tests
of low frequency amplifier.
BURST FUNCTION
The series supports N-period or gated trigger.
Phase angle, duration time, frequency, waveform infinite
can be adjusted to meet non-continuous output
applications.
Burst Setting
Burst Signal
I.
FLEXIBLE ARBITRARY WAVEFORM EDITING
Four methods to obtain arbitrary waveforms
Front Panel Operation
CSV file Upload
Supports CSV file
Via single unit's panel, arbitrary waveforms can be selected,
edited, stored, recalled, output, triggered from 65 built-in
waveforms.
Arbitrary Waveform Editing PC Software
Direct Waveform Reconstruction (DWR)
Direct Waveform Reconstruction from the DSO
Collocate with GDS series digital oscilloscopes to retrieve waveforms
and upload them to arbitrary generator to achieve direct waveform
reconstruction.
J.
Support CSV file upload produced by MATLAB and Excel.
A Sinc Waveform with Gaussian Noise
Digital Signal
Use AWES to edit complex waveforms. The software supports
waveform mathematical operation. The waveform series
includes Uniform Noise, Gaussian Noise, Rayleigh Noise,
various digital codes such as non zero code, Manchester and
RS-232, etc.
CORRELATED FUNCTIONS OF DUAL CHANNEL OUTPUTS
Differential signal
Sine and cosine signal
Square signal phase adjustment
AFG-3032/3022 models support independent channel or correlated channel applications. Four correlated functions are
provided including SUM modulation, coupling, tracking, and phase.
* SUM modulation combines two signals and outputs the signal
via one single channel. Combining noise and sine waveform to
execute speaker's distortion test is one of the applications.
* Tracking function produces differential signal with same
frequency, same amplitude, and 180 degree phase
difference.
* Coupling function arbitrarily sets ratio and difference for
frequency and amplitude between two channels to realize a
simultaneous effect for all parameters of dual channel. The
example is amplifier using third order interpolation point(IP3)
measurement to simulate signal output of two different
frequency oscillators.
* Phase function arbitrarily sets phase parameters between
two channels such as simulating sine/ cosine/square
signal phase adjustment.
SPECIFICATIONS
AFG-3031
CHANNELS
FEATURES
ARBITRARY
WAVEFORMS
FREQUENCY
CHARACTERISTICS
OUTPUT
CHARACTERISTICS
(2)
SINE WAVE
CHARACTERISTICS
SQUARE WAVE
CHARACTERISTICS
RAMP
CHARACTERISTICS
PULSE
CHARACTERISTICS
HARMONIC
AM
FM
PM
PWM
ADDITIVE
MODULATION
(SUM)
FSK
I/O Signal Ground for the
Instrument Chassis
Each of the Signal Ground
of CH1/CH2
Standard Waveforms
Sample Rate
Repetition Rate
Waveform Length
Amplitude Resolution
Non-Volatile Memory
User define Output Section
Trigger
Built-in Arbitrary Waveforms
Sine / Square
Pulse
Triangle / Ramp
Resolution
Accuracy
Stability
Aging
Tolerance
Range
Amplitude
Accuracy
Resolution
Flatness
Units
Range
Offset
Accuracy
Waveform Output
Impedance
Protection
SYNC Output
Level
Impedance
Harmonic Distortion(5)
AFG-3032
AFG-3021
AFG-3022
1
2
1
2
Connector shells for channel output(s), Sync output, 10MHz REF Input, Mod Input and Mod output are isolated
from the instrument's chassis. Maximum allowable voltage on isolated connector shells is ±42 Vpk. (DC + AC Peak)
Isolated
Isolated
Sine, Square, Triangle, Ramp, Pulse, Noise, Harmonic
250 MSa/s
125MHz
8M points
16 bits
Ten 8M waveforms (1)
Any section from 2 ~ 8M points
External
Sine, Square, Ramp, Sinc,Pulse, DC, Sin(x)/x, Exponential Rise, Exponential Fall, Negative Ramp,
Absatan, Havercosine, Sinever, Abssin, Haversine, Stair_down, Abssinehalf, N_pulse, Stair_UD,
Ampalt, Negramp, Stair_up, Attalt, Rectpuls1, Stepresp, Diric_even, Roundhalf, Trapezia,
Diric_odd, Sawtoot, Tripuls1, Gauspuls1, Sinetra, Dlorentz, ln, Sqrt, Exporise, Lorentz, Xsquare,
Expofall, Gauss, Since, Arccos, Arctan, Sech, Arccot, Arctanh, Sinh, Arccsc, Cosh, Tan, Arcsec, Cot,
Tanh, Arcsin, Csc, Arcsinh, Sec, Barthannwin, Chebwin, Kaiser, Bartlett, Flattopwin, Triang,
Blackman, Hamming, Tukeywin, Bohmanwin, Hann
1mHz ~ 30MHz
1mHz ~ 30MHz
1mHz ~ 25MHz
1mHz ~ 25MHz
1mHz ~ 1MHz
1mHz
±1 ppm 0 ~ 50℃ ; ±0.3 ppm 18 ~ 28℃
±1 ppm, per 1 year
≦ 1 mHz
1mHz ~ 20MHz
1mHz ~ 20MHz
1mHz ~ 20MHz
1mHz ~ 20MHz
Pulse Width
Duty Setting Range
Period
Rise Time and Fall Time
Resolution
Overshoot
Jitter
1 mVpp ~ 10 Vpp (into 50Ω); 2 mVpp to 20 Vpp (into open-circuit)
± 1% of setting ±1 mVpp (at 1 kHz / into 50Ω without DC offset)
0.1 mV or 4 digits
0.1dB <10 MHZ; 0.2 dB 10 MHz ~ 30 MHz (sinewave relative to 1 kHz/into 50Ω)
Vpp, Vrms, dBm,
±5 Vpk ac + dc (into 50Ω) ; ±10Vpk ac +dc (into open circuit)
1% of setting + 2 mV+ 0.5% of amplitude
50Ω typical (fixed); > 10MΩ (output disabled)
Short-circuit protected ; Overload relay automatically disables main output
TTL-compatible into>1kΩ
50Ω nominal
-60 dBc DC ~ 1 MHz, Ampl<3 Vpp; -55 dBc DC ~ 1 MHZ, Ampl>3 Vpp
-45 dBc 1MHz ~ 5 MHz, Ampl>3 Vpp; -30 dBc 5MHz ~ 30 MHz, Ampl>3 Vpp
<0.2%+0.1mVrms; DC ~ 20 kHz
-60 dBc DC~1 MHz; -50 dBc 1MHz~20MHz; -50 dBc+ 6 dBc/octave 1MHz~30MHz(AFG-3031/3032)
<-110dBc/Hz typical, 15 kHz offset, fc = 10MHz
<8 ns (3)
< 5%
1% of period+1 ns
20.0%~80.0%, ≦ 25 MHz; 40.0%~60.0% , 25~30MHz
20.0%~80.0% , ≦ 20 MHz
0.01%+525ps<2 MHz; 0.1%+75ps>2 MHz
< 0.1% of peak output
0% ~ 100% (0.1% resolution)
20ns ~ 999,830s; Period ≧ Width-0.625 [(Rise Time-0.6ns)+(Fall Time-0.6ns)]
0.017% ~ 99.983%
40ns ~ 1,000,000s
9.32 ns ~ 799,900s (0.01ns or 3 digit resolution)
0.0001%
<5%
100 ppm + 50 ps
Harmonic Order
Harmonic Type
Carrier Waveforms
Modulating Waveforms
Modulating Frequency
Depth
Source
Carrier Waveforms
Modulating Waveforms
Modulating Frequency
Peak Deviation
Source
Carrier Waveforms
Modulating Waveforms
Phase Deviation
Modulating Frequency
Source
Carrier Waveforms
Modulating Waveforms
Modulating Frequency
Deviation
Source
Carrier Waveforms
Modulating Waveforms
Ratio
Modulating Frequency
Source
Carrier Waveforms
Modulating Waveforms
Internal Rate
Frequency Range
Source
≦8
Even, Odd, All, User ; Amplitude and Phase can be set for all harmonics
Sine, Square, Triangle, Ramp, Pulse, Arb
Sine, Square, Triangle, Up/Dn Ramp
2 mHz ~ 20 kHz
0% ~ 120.0%
Internal / External
Sine, Square, Triangle, Ramp
Sine, Square, Triangle, Up/Dn Ramp
2 mHz ~ 20 kHz
DC ~ 30 MHz (1mHz resolution)
DC~20 MHz (1mHz resolution)
Internal / External
Sine, Triangle, Ramp
Sine, Square, Triangle, Up/Dn Ramp
0°~ 360°, 0.1° resolution
2 mHz ~ 20 kHz
Internal
Square
Sine, Square, Triangle, Up/Dn Ramp
2 mHz ~ 20 kHz
0% ~ 100.0% of pulse width, 0.1% resolution
Internal / External
Sine, Triangle, Ramp, Pulse, Noise
Sine, Square, Triangle, Up/Dn Ramp
0% ~ 100% of carrier amplitude, 0.01% resolution
2 mHz ~ 20 kHz
Internal / External
Sine, Square, Triangle, Ramp
50% duty cycle square
2 mHz ~ 1 MHz
DC ~ 30 MHz
DC ~ 20 MHz
Internal / External
Total Harmonic Distortion
Spurious (non-harmonic)(5)
Phase Noise
Rise/Fall Time
Overshoot
Asymmetry
Variable Duty Cycle
Jitter
Linearity
Variable Symmetry
SPECIFICATIONS
AFG-3031
AFG-3032
AFG-3021
Type
Functions
Direction
Start F / Stop FREQ
Sweep Time
Trigger Mode
Trigger Source
Frequency Sweep : Sine, Square, Triangle, Ramp; Amplitude Sweep : Sine, Square, Triangle,
Ramp, Pulse, Noise, ARB
Frequency, Amplitude
Linear or Logarithmic
Up or Down
Any frequency within the waveform's range
1 ms ~ 500 s (1 ms resolution)
Single, External, Internal
Internal / External
BURST
Waveforms
Frequency
Burst Count
Start / Stop Phase
Internal Period
Gate Source
Trigger Source
Trigger Delay
Sine, Square, Triangle, Ramp, Pulse, Noise
1 mHz ~ 30 MHz (4)
1 mHz ~ 30 MHz (4)
1 ~ 1,000,000 cycles or Infinite
-360.0~ +360.0 (0.1° resolution)
1 ms ~ 500 s
External Trigger (pulse waveforms can only be used in gate mode)
Single, External or Internal Rate
N-Cycle, Infinite : 0 ms ~ 100s (1us resolution)
EXTERNAL
MODULATION
INPUT
Type
Voltage Range
Input Impedance
Frequency
AM, FM, PWM
± 5V full scale
10kΩ
DC ~ 20 kHz
Yes
AM, FM, PM, PWM, SUM, Sweep
≧ 1Vpp
> 10kΩ typical
For FSK, Burst, Sweep, N Cycle ARB
TTL Compatibility
Rising or Falling (Selectable)
> 100 ns
DC ~ 1 MHz
10kΩ,DC coupled
Sweep : < 10 ms (typical); Burst : < 100 ns (typical)
Sweep : 2.5 ms ; Burst : 1 ns , except pulse,300 ps
1 Vp-p / 50 Ω square wave
50 Ω, AC coupled
10MHz
SWEEP
MODULATION
OUTPUT
EXTERNAL
TRIGGER INPUT
10MHz
REFERENCE
OUTPUT
10MHz REFERENCE
INPUT
EXTERNAL-SYNC
GENERAL
SPECIFICATIONS
Waveforms
Type
Amplitude Range
Impedance
Type
Input Level
Slope
Pulse Width
Input rate
Input Impedance
Latency
Jitter
Output Voltage
Output Impedance
Output Frequency
Input Voltage
Input Impedance
Input Frequency
Waveform
Ground Isolation
Phase Delay (max.)
Maximum Number
of Connected Units
Applicable Functions
Store/Recall
Interface
Display
Power Source
Power Consumption
Operating Environment
Operating Altitude
Pollution Degree
Storage Temperature
Dimensions & Weight
1 mHz ~ 20 MHz
AFG-3022
1 mHz ~ 20 MHz
Yes
0.5Vpp ~ 5Vpp
1k Ω, unbalanced , AC coupled
10MHz ± 10Hz
Sine or Square (50±5% duty)
42Vpk max.
Series Connection : 39+(N-2) x 39 ±25nS; Parallel connection : (N-1) x 6 ±25nS
(where N=number of connected units)
Series Connection : 4 ; Parallel Connection : 6
Sine, Square, Triangle, Pulse, Ramp, Harmonic, MOD, Sweep, Burst
10 Groups of Setting Memories
GPIB(Optional), LAN, USB
4.3 inch TFT LCD, 480 × 3 (RGB) × 272
AC100 ~ 240V , 50 ~ 60Hz
50VA
85VA
50VA
Temperature to satisfy the specification : 18 ~ 28C; Operating temperature : 0 ~ 40C;
Relative Humidity : ≤ 80%, 0 ~ 40°C ; ≤ 70%, 35 ~ 40°C ; Installation category : CAT Ⅱ
2000 meters
IEC 61010 Degree 2, Indoor Use
-10 ~ 70C, Humidity: ≤70%
265 (W) x 107 (H) x 374 (D)mm, Approx. 4kg
The specifications apply when the function generator is powered on for at least 30 minutes under +20°C~+30°C.
Note : 1. A total of ten waveforms can be stored(Every waveform can composed of 8M points maximum)
2. Add 1/10 th of output amplitude and offset specification perC for operation outside of
0C~28C range(1-year specification)
3. Edge time decreased at higher frequency
4. Sine and square waveforms above 25 MHz are allowed only with an "Infinite" count
5. Harmonic distortion and Spurious noise at low amplitudes is limited by a -70 dBm floor
ORDERING INFORMATION
AFG-3031 30MHz Single channel Arbitrary Function Generator
AFG-3032 30MHz Dual channel Arbitrary Function Generator
AFG-3021 20MHz Single channel Arbitrary Function Generator
AFG-3022 20MHz Dual channel Arbitrary Function Generator
ACCESSORIES
Quick Start Guide *1, CD-ROM with AFG software and user manual x 1
GTL-101 BNC-Alligator Test Lead x 1 (only AFG-3031/3021)
GTL-101 BNC-Alligator Test Lead x 2 (only AFG-3032/AFG-3022)
85VA
Specifications subject to change without notice. FG-303132GD1BH
OPTIONAL
Opt.01
GPIB Interface
OPTIONAL ASSESSORIES
GTL-246
USB Type A to Type B cable
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Satisfying Your Diversified Waveform Needs
The AFG-3UUU Series is an Arbitrary Waveform and Digital-Synthesized Function Generator designed for industrial, scientific research and
educational applications. The series comes with a bandwidth of3l]M Hz for AFG-3l]3T and 5i]MHz for AFG-31351. The AFG-3UUU Series,
featuring 2l]i]Msafs sampling rate, TE bit vertical resolution and TM point waveform length, is a very usefill and fiesible signal source to
meet diversified application needs in the market today.
The user-friendly operation, the On-Screen Help, and the multiple ways ofarbitrary waveform editing make AFG-3UUU just a plug-and-play
equipment. The point by point waveform data entry or standard waveform clip piling through front panel operation, the GEM file waveform
data download, the direct waveform reconstruction through DSU waveform data import, and the PG software edited waveform download
are the 4 ways available for arbitrary waveform editing.
A-4.3-inch high resolution TFT LCD in the AFG-3UUU front panel is used to display waveform and set parameters. The large and highresolution screen is especially usefill when the arbitrary waveform construction is done through front panel operation. The impedance
ofAFG-3fiUD can be selected between 5U Ohm and Hi-Z to ensure right impedance compatibility between AFG and DLIT.
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output a variety ofstable and precise waveforms. The frequency
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provi ded to cover a broad range of market requirements. A dedicated
temtinal forthe modulating signal output is available in the front panel
for modulation monitoring or other control purposes. Either an internal
signal or an external signal can be selected to perfomt the modulation.
FSK is a frequency modulation scheme in which digital infomtation is
transmitted throu s h si an al fre q uen or variation. The BFSK I bina Pr FSK It
modulation, usingtwo frequencies to represent data T and U respectively,
is commonly applied for Gall ID and Remote Metering applications.
P"-Ji.»"lvl is a digital modulation scheme that can be used to adjust the
output power level by controlling the pulse width ofthe driving signal
The eazarnples includethe speed control ofmotor rotation and the
ltrninance control of LED lighting instrtrnent. ‘With the pulse width
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variation of driving signal, the rotating speed ofmotor and the
ltrninance of LED will change accordingly.
The Sweep function supports threetrigger modes ofll\lT, EKT and
manual, and two sweep modes of LOG and LIN. Each time a sweep
signal is perceived, the function generator will start to sweep
through the user-defi ned frequency range by the frequency variation
ofeither Log curve or Linear curve.
The Burst functifin Suppmts twfi mfides Ufcate and N Cycle TU run
burst function, the burst repetitive rate has to be set first, then the
time duration of each burst has to be defined under Gate mode, or
the ntrnber ofthe wavefomt cycles in each burst has to be set under
N Gycle mode. Under both Gate mode and N Gycle mode, the burst
wavefomt polarity and phase can be controlled.
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sampling rate divided by the number ofpoints constructing
a complete waveform, i.e. frequency = sampling rate ,lthe
number ofpoints in a waveform. Based on the above, the
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frequency can be available.
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generate a waveform up to TUEIM Hz for a simple waveform
composed of}; points ofdata.
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The AFG-BUUEI Series provides T U sets ofmemory for user
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arbitrary waveform data. With TM long memory, AFG-3[l[l[l
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Further more, any section ofwaveform within this TM
memory can be edited or output independently. This is a
unique feature allowing more fiexibility for user to do
waveform storage and extraction.
The AFG-3000 presents four ways to generate custom arbitrary waveforms from direct front panel operation,
PC software, a CSV file loading, and GDS-2000 series oscillosoope input.
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Everything from waveform editing, I,ID configuring, and
panel setting storage and recall can be completed directly
through front panel operation. Front panel operation allows
users to edit arbitrary waveform, which is correspondingly
updated on the screen, a feature of"‘w'hat You See is What
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AFG-3000 supports CS‘v' file editing for arbitrary waveform
generation. The ESM file can be created in many ways,
including using EXCEL spreadsheet, PG client software, front
panel editing or math computing software. The computing
result ofmath software, Uctave for example, can be saved
into GS‘v' file. Edited GSM file can be downloaded from either
USE! fiash or PG to AFG-3[IIlI[I for arbitrary waveform output.
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The AFG-3I]I]I] can be directly connected to a GW Instek
GDS-ZUUU Series DSD with USB cable for waveform data
download. Under “DSD Link" mode ofAFG-3I]I]I], the DSD
will transfer the captured waveform data from its memory
to AFG-3I]I]I] for creating a correspondent waveform output.
Impedance Switch
AFG-3[I[I[I allows users to select the suitable impedance
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A PG software for AFG-3I]I]I] waveform editing is supported.
The software contains not only waveform drawing tools but
also a wide variety ofwaveform editing filnctions, such as
waveform arithmetic operations. The most commonly used
waveforms, including Rayleigh, Gaussian, Normal Noise,
Pseudo Ternary, Bipolar AMI, Manchester, Differential
Manchester, RS-232, and NRZ etc., are available in the library
for user to tailor specific waveforms as needed.
Dn-Screen Help
The built-in Dn-Screen Help allows users to understand
AFG-3[I[I[I operations and the definition ofeach function
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The AFG-3000 is equipped with
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